In this episode, Myriam Hertzog talks with Cecelia Bernhardt and Laura Andrews about legal protections for counselors. Their discussion revolves around a listener’s question: “Do you recommend that biblical counselors have some sort of legal protection through the local church that the counsel from?”
“Working With What is Right in Front of You.” Today on Help & Hope, Alasdair Groves and Mike Emlet discuss the value of the emotions of the counselee in the moment of the counseling session for the process of walking with them to heal from past hurts.
In this episode of “In The Counselor’s Room,” Alasdair Groves and Julie Lowe discuss how to help a teenage or child counselee consent to relate with their parents in counseling. The main metaphor towards this end is “building bridges” — how can a counselor help a child build a bridge towards his or her parents?
On this episode of “Help and Hope: In the Counseling Room,” Alasdair Groves talks with Mike Emlet to talk about taking notes in the counseling room. While it is a fairly mundane aspect of counseling, it is important to think through best practices so that the counselor can best serve his counselee during a session.
In this episode, Winston Smith talks with Tim Lane about a pastor’s role in counseling. How should a pastor view the counseling ministry in his church context? How can a pastor overcome limitations in his gifts in counseling?
This week on Help and Hope we continue our special series “In the Counselor’s Room” with guest host Alasdair Groves and Dr. David Powlison, who are discussing the importance of helping people find the watershed moments.